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Anthony Costello's Conversation at The Social Edge offers in depth conversation about big ideas and solutions for our health, wealth and sustainable future. If you’re interested in medicine, public health, nutrition or the environment this blog is for you. Or if you want to know more about the politics and economics of health and sustainable development. I shall give you evidence, discussion and the tools you need for your own success.

Latest Episodes

Lesley Regan on women leaders, reproductive rights and childbirth.

A podcast interview with Professor Lesley Regan, President of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. President of RCOG, Lesley Regan In this podcast I chat with Lesley about what brought her into medicine and women’s health, her thoughts on women in leadership and breaking through the glass ceiling, and her fight to ensure all women receive their reproductive rights and safer childbirth. Before the interview I talk briefly about the current Ebola outbreak in the Congo and mention a Figure showing its geographical spread. Here it is up to the first week of July 2019.

62 MIN2019 JUL 8
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Lesley Regan on women leaders, reproductive rights and childbirth.

Food systems: a conversation with David Nabarro

Former Assistant UN Secretary General and winner of the 2018 World Food Prize My latest podcast conversation with David Nabarro about food systems, food company regulation and the challenges for 2.5 billion people who rely upon small farming for their livelihoods. You might like to look at some recent reports which I refe

34 MIN2019 APR 6
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Food systems: a conversation with David Nabarro

Reasons to be Cheerful: My Podcast with Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd

In which I joined Ed and Geoff, along with Julia Unwin and Dr Agnelo Fernandes, to chat about humanity, kindness and sympathy groups in public services.

-1 s2018 DEC 23
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Reasons to be Cheerful: My Podcast with Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd

On Cannabis, and Health Systems for Women and Children with Rajani Ved and Tanya Doherty

My thoughts on Cannabis drawn from a new review by Michael Bloomfield and colleagues: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0163725818301906?via%3Dihub Bloomfield et al. The neuropsychopharmacology of cannabis: A review of human imaging studies. And two interviews with Rajani Ved (Advisor, Community Processes and Primary Health Care, at the National Health Systems Resource Center, which provides technical support to the Government of India’s National Health Mission) and Tanya Doherty (professor, South African Medical Research Council) about health systems for women and children in low income settings linked to papers in the recent BMJ Series, especially one that they both authored on Doherty et al. “The role of district health teams for child health strategies” https://www.bmj.com/content/362/bmj.k2823

40 MIN2018 NOV 14
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On Cannabis, and Health Systems for Women and Children with Rajani Ved and Tanya Doherty

Future Directions for Child Health Part 1. Mike Merson and Theresa Diaz

News Update Topics Yemen conflict; Spain’s donation to UNRWA; Leptospirosis in India, UK child poverty; the WHO Global Exercise Report Interviews on the latest BMJ Series on the WHO UNICEF Strategic Review of Child Health https://www.bmj.com/child-health 1. Mike Merson Wolfgang Joklik Professor of Global Health and Vice President and Vice Provost for Global Affairs at Duke University. He joined the Duke faculty in November 2006 as the founding director of the Duke Global Health Institute and served in that role through 2017. In addition, Dr. Merson was Vice Chancellor for Duke-National University of Singapore (NUS) Affairs until 2017. In 1978, he joined the World Health Organization (WHO) as a Medical Officer in the Diarrheal Diseases Control Program. He served as Director of that Program from January 1980 until May 1990. In August 1987, he was also appointed Director of the WHO Acute Respiratory Infections Control Program. In May 1990, he was appointed as Director of the WHO Globa...

48 MIN2018 OCT 5
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Future Directions for Child Health Part 1. Mike Merson and Theresa Diaz

How to be a social activist for health: an interview with David Sanders

David Sanders, an internationally renowned paediatrician and public health researcher, has spent fifty years involved in struggles for health in Zimbabwe, the UK and South Africa. David has always been passionate about participatory socialist democracy as a way to improve health and reduce inequality. In this wide-ranging one hour interview he offers analysis of the causes of the causes of inequality and poor health, and guidance to young social and health activists about how to tackle contemporary challenges for health, the environment, gender and inequality. In the UK, as a political emigre from Rhodesia, he trained in paediatrics and became a Founder member of the Medical Association against Private Practice. At St Thomas’s hospital in London he learnt much “about the British Class system”. At the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine he became an advocate for the Alma Ata Declaration on primary health care and was influenced by the writings of the Marxist doctor Vice...

68 MIN2018 JUL 25
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How to be a social activist for health: an interview with David Sanders

The Impossible Task of Feeding Children Well with Predatory Food Companies: How a Nutritionist and Human Rights Lawyer would Tackle it.

Conversation with Gabrielle Palmer, nutritionist and campaigner, and Belinda Reeve, a human rights lawyer.

60 MIN2018 JUN 20
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The Impossible Task of Feeding Children Well with Predatory Food Companies: How a Nutritionist and Human Rights Lawyer would Tackle it.

What you should know about politics, development and health in India today, with Patralekha Chatterjee

My conversation with Patralekha Chatterjee, international journalist and author, about politics, health, diet, the environment, caste, cultural diversity and the status of women in India. Also a round-up of news from the World Health Assembly, about the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and on the Nipah virus outbreak in Kerala, India.

52 MIN2018 MAY 25
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What you should know about politics, development and health in India today, with Patralekha Chatterjee

Podcast 004 “We turn not older with years, but newer every day.” Emily Dickinson

Conversations with WHO Director of Ageing John Beard and Scarlet McNally, orthopaedic surgeon on healthy ageing, integrated care for older people, and how to keep people active and engaged. John Beard, Director of the Department of Ageing and Life Course at the World Health Organization. The new WHO integrated care for older people (iCOPE) guidelines can be found here. http://www.who.int/ageing/health-systems/icope/en/

55 MIN2018 MAY 4
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Podcast 004 “We turn not older with years, but newer every day.” Emily Dickinson

The Best and the Brightest. Yale women graduates on climate, feminism and the future

(from left to right: Alyssa Parpia, Emma Ryan, Hanna Erlich, Kayoko Shioda). Yale women graduate students discuss their attitudes to climate change, emerging student activism, nationalism, feminism, gun control, drug use, the feckless baby boomer generation, and reasons to be optimistic or depressed about the world.

43 MIN2018 APR 28
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The Best and the Brightest. Yale women graduates on climate, feminism and the future
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Latest Episodes

Lesley Regan on women leaders, reproductive rights and childbirth.

A podcast interview with Professor Lesley Regan, President of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. President of RCOG, Lesley Regan In this podcast I chat with Lesley about what brought her into medicine and women’s health, her thoughts on women in leadership and breaking through the glass ceiling, and her fight to ensure all women receive their reproductive rights and safer childbirth. Before the interview I talk briefly about the current Ebola outbreak in the Congo and mention a Figure showing its geographical spread. Here it is up to the first week of July 2019.

62 MIN2019 JUL 8
Comments
Lesley Regan on women leaders, reproductive rights and childbirth.

Food systems: a conversation with David Nabarro

Former Assistant UN Secretary General and winner of the 2018 World Food Prize My latest podcast conversation with David Nabarro about food systems, food company regulation and the challenges for 2.5 billion people who rely upon small farming for their livelihoods. You might like to look at some recent reports which I refe

34 MIN2019 APR 6
Comments
Food systems: a conversation with David Nabarro

Reasons to be Cheerful: My Podcast with Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd

In which I joined Ed and Geoff, along with Julia Unwin and Dr Agnelo Fernandes, to chat about humanity, kindness and sympathy groups in public services.

-1 s2018 DEC 23
Comments
Reasons to be Cheerful: My Podcast with Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd

On Cannabis, and Health Systems for Women and Children with Rajani Ved and Tanya Doherty

My thoughts on Cannabis drawn from a new review by Michael Bloomfield and colleagues: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0163725818301906?via%3Dihub Bloomfield et al. The neuropsychopharmacology of cannabis: A review of human imaging studies. And two interviews with Rajani Ved (Advisor, Community Processes and Primary Health Care, at the National Health Systems Resource Center, which provides technical support to the Government of India’s National Health Mission) and Tanya Doherty (professor, South African Medical Research Council) about health systems for women and children in low income settings linked to papers in the recent BMJ Series, especially one that they both authored on Doherty et al. “The role of district health teams for child health strategies” https://www.bmj.com/content/362/bmj.k2823

40 MIN2018 NOV 14
Comments
On Cannabis, and Health Systems for Women and Children with Rajani Ved and Tanya Doherty

Future Directions for Child Health Part 1. Mike Merson and Theresa Diaz

News Update Topics Yemen conflict; Spain’s donation to UNRWA; Leptospirosis in India, UK child poverty; the WHO Global Exercise Report Interviews on the latest BMJ Series on the WHO UNICEF Strategic Review of Child Health https://www.bmj.com/child-health 1. Mike Merson Wolfgang Joklik Professor of Global Health and Vice President and Vice Provost for Global Affairs at Duke University. He joined the Duke faculty in November 2006 as the founding director of the Duke Global Health Institute and served in that role through 2017. In addition, Dr. Merson was Vice Chancellor for Duke-National University of Singapore (NUS) Affairs until 2017. In 1978, he joined the World Health Organization (WHO) as a Medical Officer in the Diarrheal Diseases Control Program. He served as Director of that Program from January 1980 until May 1990. In August 1987, he was also appointed Director of the WHO Acute Respiratory Infections Control Program. In May 1990, he was appointed as Director of the WHO Globa...

48 MIN2018 OCT 5
Comments
Future Directions for Child Health Part 1. Mike Merson and Theresa Diaz

How to be a social activist for health: an interview with David Sanders

David Sanders, an internationally renowned paediatrician and public health researcher, has spent fifty years involved in struggles for health in Zimbabwe, the UK and South Africa. David has always been passionate about participatory socialist democracy as a way to improve health and reduce inequality. In this wide-ranging one hour interview he offers analysis of the causes of the causes of inequality and poor health, and guidance to young social and health activists about how to tackle contemporary challenges for health, the environment, gender and inequality. In the UK, as a political emigre from Rhodesia, he trained in paediatrics and became a Founder member of the Medical Association against Private Practice. At St Thomas’s hospital in London he learnt much “about the British Class system”. At the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine he became an advocate for the Alma Ata Declaration on primary health care and was influenced by the writings of the Marxist doctor Vice...

68 MIN2018 JUL 25
Comments
How to be a social activist for health: an interview with David Sanders

The Impossible Task of Feeding Children Well with Predatory Food Companies: How a Nutritionist and Human Rights Lawyer would Tackle it.

Conversation with Gabrielle Palmer, nutritionist and campaigner, and Belinda Reeve, a human rights lawyer.

60 MIN2018 JUN 20
Comments
The Impossible Task of Feeding Children Well with Predatory Food Companies: How a Nutritionist and Human Rights Lawyer would Tackle it.

What you should know about politics, development and health in India today, with Patralekha Chatterjee

My conversation with Patralekha Chatterjee, international journalist and author, about politics, health, diet, the environment, caste, cultural diversity and the status of women in India. Also a round-up of news from the World Health Assembly, about the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and on the Nipah virus outbreak in Kerala, India.

52 MIN2018 MAY 25
Comments
What you should know about politics, development and health in India today, with Patralekha Chatterjee

Podcast 004 “We turn not older with years, but newer every day.” Emily Dickinson

Conversations with WHO Director of Ageing John Beard and Scarlet McNally, orthopaedic surgeon on healthy ageing, integrated care for older people, and how to keep people active and engaged. John Beard, Director of the Department of Ageing and Life Course at the World Health Organization. The new WHO integrated care for older people (iCOPE) guidelines can be found here. http://www.who.int/ageing/health-systems/icope/en/

55 MIN2018 MAY 4
Comments
Podcast 004 “We turn not older with years, but newer every day.” Emily Dickinson

The Best and the Brightest. Yale women graduates on climate, feminism and the future

(from left to right: Alyssa Parpia, Emma Ryan, Hanna Erlich, Kayoko Shioda). Yale women graduate students discuss their attitudes to climate change, emerging student activism, nationalism, feminism, gun control, drug use, the feckless baby boomer generation, and reasons to be optimistic or depressed about the world.

43 MIN2018 APR 28
Comments
The Best and the Brightest. Yale women graduates on climate, feminism and the future
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